|Coaches Norman Trzaskoma & Derrick Speas|
|60 hurdles - 7.96|
|110 hurdles - 13.68|
|400 hurdles - 52.83|
|Long jump - 23-10 1/4 (7.27)|
|UT all-time top-10 list|
|110 hurdles, 10th, 13.68, 2008|
|2008-60 hurdles prelims - DNF|
|Long jump - 22-9 3/4 (6.95)|
|2008-110 hurdles - 13.84w (8th)|
|Mideast Regional Results-Outdoor|
|2008-110 hurdles - 13.78w (6th)|
|2008-110 hurdles semis - 14.00 (15th)|
2008 Outdoor-Moved into a tie for 10th on Tennessee's all-time performance list in the 110 hurdles with his victorious time of 13.68 at the Sea Ray Relays (April 11) ... Was named SEC Freshman of the Week following his Sea Ray Relays performance ... Opened the season with double victories, earning his first collegiate win courtesy of a 14.13 clocking in the 110 hurdles before also taking top honors in the 400 hurdles in a personal-best time of 52.83 (March 22) ... Placed second in the college section of the long jump with his personal-best leap of 23-10 1/4 at the Penn Relays (April 25) ... Earned a seventh-place finish in the 110 hurdles and ninth-place finishes in the 400 hurdles and long jump at the Tiger Track Classic (April 5) ... Scored his first points at a conference meet by finishing eighth in the 110 hurdles with a wind-aided time of 13.84 at the SEC Outdoor Championships (May 18) ... Ran to a wind-aided time of 13.78 in the 110 hurdles at the NCAA Mideast Region Championships and finished sixth (May 31) ... Advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Championships and finished 15th in the semifinals of the 110 hurdles with a 14.00 clocking (June 13).
2008 Indoor-Began his collegiate career with a fifth-place, 8.22 run in the 60 hurdles at the Clemson Opener (Dec. 1) ... Finished second in a then-personal-best time of 8.00 in the 60 hurdles and sixth in the long jump with a then-personal-best leap of 23-6 1/4 at the Virginia Tech Challenge (Feb. 22) ... Lowered his personal-best time in the 60 hurdles to 7.96 with a sixth-place showing at the Virginia Tech Last Chance (March 8) ... Recorded a time of 8.07 in the 60 hurdles and then-personal-best long jump mark of 23-4 at the New Balance Invitational (Feb. 8) ... Finished sixth in the 60 hurdles with a time of 8.17 at the Big Ten-SEC Challenge (Jan. 19) ... Ran to a then-personal-best time of 8.06 in the 60 hurdles at the Penn State National Invitational (Jan. 25) ... Finished 16th in the long jump at the SEC Indoor Championships (March 1) ... Finished 12th in the long jump at the Rod McCravy Memorial (Feb. 2).
High School-Four-time All-America honoree ... Won the 55 hurdles at the 2007 AAU Southern Indoor Championships in a national record time of 7.35 ... Won the 110 hurdles at the 2006 AAU Junior Olympics to earn his second All-America honor after finishing sixth in the 400 hurdles earlier in the meet ... Contributed to state team indoor title in 2006 and an outdoor championship in 2005 ... Also led his team to three regional championships ... Helped his team claim four city championships and four conference titles ... Ran on four regional title 4x200 and 4x400 relays and one regional champion 4x100 relay ... Placed fourth in the 110 hurdles at the 2007 Nike Outdoor Nationals ... Recorded the eighth-fastest time in North Carolina high school history in the 55 hurdles, tying former Vol Robert Boulware, with his 7.35 clocking in 2007 ... Wind-aided personal-best time of 13.53 ranks second on North Carolina's high school performance list in the 110 hurdles ... Finished second in the 110 hurdles at the 2006 North Carolina state meet ... Crossed the finish line fourth in the 400 hurdles at the 2006 Nike Outdoor Nationals ... Recorded the 17thfastest high school time in the nation in the 110 hurdles during 2007 ... Set a school freshman record with his 52.2 clocking in the 400 hurdles.
Personal-Full name is Charlton Denerio Rolle ... Born May 18, 1989 in Winston-Salem ... Parents are Chartlon Rolle and Selinda V. Hardy ... Family also includes grandmother Selinda D. Hardy, younger sister Kamaria Miller and younger brother Curtis Miller.